262a Wellingborough Road Northampton NN1 4EJ

Office Hours

Mon – Thurs 9:00 – 17:30
Fri - 9:00 - 17.00
Sat & Sun – Closed

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Your Friendly Professional Solicitor

The Practice was founded in 2001 by the current Managing Partner David Ward. Our core aim is to provide clear advice in a friendly, professional manner and at a reasonable cost. That philosophy has enabled us to become the well established and highly regarded law firm we are today.

What we do

Buying or Selling a Home

Whether you are buying, selling, renting, remortgaging or transferring Equity, we can help.
Business Leases

Business Leases

We can act for you either in your capacity as a Landlord or as a potential Tenant in the documentation of your Business Lease and advise on the salient terms of the letting

Wills & Probate and Vulnerable & Elderly Issues

Drafting and amending wills. Contesting wills. Powers of Attorney and Lasing Powers of Attorney. Court of Protection. Capacity Issues.

Services For Business

Property – Including Purchase, Lease Terms, Renting. Landlord and Tenant. Franchising – Contracts – Terms & Conditions – Partnerships – Company Formation.

About Us

Contact DW Solicitors and you will discover:

  • Our Client focused approach.
  • Our simple explanation of the law without jargon or waffle.
  • Our focus on Feedback and establishing long-term client relationships.
  • Our investment in people and creating a first-class and cost-effective service


Buying Or Selling a home?
talk to DW Solicitors for expert advice

Our Profile and Regulatory Legal Information

DW Solicitors is a Partnership.

The Partners of the Practice are David Ward and Maria Boehm who are  both Solicitors of England and Wales.

The Practice was founded in 2001 by the current Managing Partner, David Ward, and has since its foundation only traded from 262a Wellingborough Road, Northampton, NN1 4EJ.

The Practice is registered for VAT purposes with VAT Registration Number 777065204.

The Practice is regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority, which is an independent regulatory body of The Law Society of England and Wales.  The Practice’s SRA registration number is 351483.

The Practice is subject to the SRA Standards and Regulations 2019 which can viewed at www.sra.org.uk.

The Practice does value the good working relationship with all of its clients.  Clients are encouraged if they are unhappy or concerned about a particular service provided by the Practice to inform us immediately and we would in that event do our utmost to alleviate any concerns.  Should you consider it appropriate in the first instance any concerns should be directed to the person with conduct of your matter, or if you do not consider that appropriate, you are asked to liaise with David Ward, the Managing Partner of the Practice, who would also endeavour to deal with your concerns.

In the event of the person with conduct of the matter or David Ward not being able to resolve your concerns at that time you would then need to consider whether or not it is appropriate to make a formal complaint.  In that event you should consider the Practice’s Complaints Procedure.

If you are concerned with the behaviour of the Practice or anyone at the Practice, the Solicitors Regulation Authority may be able to help you.  This may include dishonesty, losing your money or you feeling you have been treated unfairly or discriminated against.

As detailed in the Practice’s Complaints Policy, if we are not able to resolve your complaint, the Legal Ombudsman would be able to assist you.  The Legal Ombudsman will consider your complaint independently. The Legal Ombudsman prior to accepting the complaint will check that you have tried to resolve your complaint with the Practice first, and that you complied with the Practice’s Complaints Policy. Complaints to the Legal Ombudsman can be made within six months of receiving a final response to your complaint.

We would emphasise that the Practice has always dealt with any concerns to the client’s satisfaction and that the Practice has never had any complaints considered by the Legal Ombudsman.

Complaints to the Legal Ombudsman need to be made within six years from the date of the act or omission which gave rise to the alleged complaint and/or not more than three years from when you should reasonably have known there was cause for complaint.  If you require more information about the Legal Ombudsman, further details can be found on their website at www.legalombudsman.org.uk or alternatively they can be contacted on telephone number 0300 555 0333 during normal working hours.


Why Choose Us

We are friendly, approachable and professional. As a leading Northamptonshire practice you can rely on us to do an outstanding job on your behalf.


We are passionate about the law but also passionate about delivering a first class service. We strive to be the Northampton Solicitors you would recommend to your very best friend.


Plain speaking and fair dealing means that you always get what you expect from us. We will take the time to understand your needs, explain the law in straightforward language and act with speed and efficiency.


We invest in our people and only employ the very best. We live in a world of constant change and that particularly applies to the law.  That is why everyone at DW Solicitors continues to refine and update their knowledge so that we can give you the very best advice and guidance.


I am a  very satisfied client

I was introduced to David and Maria at DW about 10 years ago and have developed a great relationship. It is important to me to work with a professional solicitor who is friendly, efficient, accessible, and good value for money.

– Robert 


DW solicitors have been a breath of fresh air!

“They are excellent down to earth people, who know their job very well, and I would have no hesitation in recommending them to anyone.”


– Karen


I have to say that the way they handled everything was first class.

They arranged everything and took me through every step of the proceedings, accompanying me to court and fighting my corner.
I’m hoping never to have to need a solicitor again, but if I do, I’ll definitely use DW again.


– Lee